Request for sound wall falls on deaf ears

Residents of the Saratoga Hills/Saratoga Ranch community in Calabasas have long complained about the year-round traffic noise along the 101 Freeway, and although Los Angeles County had planned to build a series of soundwalls with the local portion finished by next year, the project has been delayed due to a lack of funding, officials said. Hoping to protect residents from […]

Rotary helps others, promotes goodwill

What is Rotary and what do Rotarians do? According to Manny Fernandez, president of the Calabasas/Agoura Hills Rotary club, the organization helps people in need, promotes goodwill and fellowship, and tries to make the world a better place in which to live. About 1.2 million Rotarians belong to more than 31,000 clubs in 166 countries. The Rotary motto is “Service […]

Moms in Motion seeks participants for marathon

Participants are invited to join Moms in Motion, an national fitness group for mothers. The local team, founded by Holly Russ, Anne Snyders, Adrienne Hahn and Jennifer Flaharty, currently includes 30 women training to compete in the Orange County Marathon (5K, half marathon and full marathon) on Jan. 8. Training began Oct. 1 at the Agoura High School track and […]

A new spin on the little red wago

Young Bruins accept tough challenge

While the Southland simmers with anticipation prior to Saturday’s battle for the coveted Victory Bell, five former local prep stars eagerly await their opportunity to charge the L.A. Coliseum turf clad in the blue and gold armor that is UCLA football. Linebacker Mark Cordell (Oaks Christian), offensive guard P.J. Irvin (Agoura), wide receiver Gavin Ketchum (Oak Park), quarterback Ben Olson […]

Starshows offered at CSUN

Star gazers have only a few more weeks to catch a glimpse of autumn nights at CSUN’s Bianchi Planetarium. Beginning in January, the planetarium will offer night views of the winter sky. There will be only two planetarium shows in December and in January as the facility slows down operations during winter break. The planetarium will resume its regular weekly […]

Important to attend hearing

Let your voice be heard. I hear your dissatisfaction after the fact, but where are you when all the planning is being made for your city? If you are concerned about increased traffic on Kanan Road, high density housing, gridlock on the Kanan bridge, come to your planning commission public hearings held in the City Council Chambers at 30001 Ladyface […]

Linda Smith

“It is my pleasure to announce that Linda Smith has rejoined Dilbeck Realtors GMAC’s Westlake Village office after a short stay at another real estate company,” said branch manager Chuck Lech. You can depend on Smith to serve you with personalized care and professional attention for all your real estate, because helping people is Smith’s main purpose at Dilbeck Realtors. […]

Megan Sandoval

Megan Sandoval was welcomed by Michael Schaller and Chuck Leko, owners of Century 21 Adobe Realty, to their Newbury Park office. Sandoval has been active in the Conejo Valley since 1994. She is happily married with two children and has been very active in the community and in children’s sports. She is also involved in camp for children with heart […]

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